Royal Vienna appraisals --- Find out your item's market value! Sell it! All for FREE!
Term "Royal Vienna" refers to a style of porcelain painting that became very popular during late
19th and early 20th century. There was no single manufacturer called Royal Vienna. Instead,
there were dozens of big and small porcelain decorators though out Germany and Austria who
produced some magnificent portrait plates and vases that are very collectible today.
Royal Vienna portraits were hand painted copies of oil on canvas paintings by such artists as
Joseph Karl Stieler, Angelo Asti and Jean-Baptiste Greuze.
Please click on galleries on the left to view some magnificent examples of the Royal Vienna
style work. There are also some interesting articles on pricing, marks and fakes.
If you ever tried to sell an expensive Royal Vienna portrait plate on eBay, you'd know very well
that there is simply no market for high-end antiques there. There is only a handful of buyers
willing to spend more than a $1,000, most of whom are dealers looking for a bargain.
Sotheby's and Christie's are hardly a better alternative, since you must wait for a long time to
get your piece listed there and then collect your money. And that's after paying a high fee!
If you are looking to sell a Royal Vienna plate or simply would like to get a free appraisal,
please contact us. We'll be glad to help. We constantly keep in touch with a number of fellow
collectors worldwide. If you have a Royal Vienna plate or vase for sale and your price is
reasonable, we can often locate a buyer for you within as little as 24 hours.
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